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Claremont Graduate University The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management

Claremont, CA

The Drucker School of Management Says...

Admissions Programs
In addition to a completed application, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts from every college/university attended, a personal statement, current resume, official GMAT scores and the TOEFL (for international students) must be submitted. There is a $60...
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The Drucker School of Management Students Say...

In keeping with the school's overall philosophy, the Admissions Office is committed to looking at the whole person when evaluating applicants for admission. GMAT scores are required, as are undergraduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation and a personal statement responding to questions... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue

Claremont, CA 91711

United States

Phone: 909-607-7811

Fax: 909-607-9104


Admissions Statistics
Admissions Selectivity Rating:80
Average UGrad GPA:3.29
Average GMAT Score:609
GMAT Range (25-75%):580 - 660
Average Years of Work Experience:3
Total # of Applicants:183
Total # of Applicants Accepted:6
Total # Enrolled:50
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Application Process
Rolling Admission:Yes
Rolling Admission Deadline:07/01
Rolling Decision Notification:No
Early / Priority Application Deadline:11/01
Notification Date:12/01
Regular Application Deadline:02/01
Notification Date:03/01
International Application Deadline:04/01
Notification Date:05/01
Application Deadline Round 1:11/01
Notification Date Round 1:12/01
Application Deadline Round 2:12/01
Notification Date Round 2:01/01
Application Deadline Round 3:02/01
Notification Date Round 3:03/01
Application Deadline Round 4:04/01
Notification Date Round 4:05/15
In-State Application Fee:$80
Out-of-State Application Fee:$80
International Applicant Application Fee:$80
Applications accepted for other terms than Fall:Yes
Terms and Deadlines:Summer (April 1)
Early Decision Programs:Yes
Terms and Deadlines:Fall (November 1)
Notification Date:12/01
Transfer Applicants Accepted:Yes
Transfer Admission Policy:Yes
Deferred Admission:No
Admissions Process Need Blind:Yes
Admissions Journal:
Peter F. Drucker is known as the father or modern management, and his writings on management theory and practice have proved timeless in understanding and predicting worldwide business practices. The fundamental aspects of his works form the foundation of the School's management philosophy. The Drucker School views management as a liberal art and human enterprise that integrates perspectives from a variety of academic disciplines.

The Drucker School of Management is dedicated to training effective and ethical leaders and managers in all sectors of society. Named after one of the most prominent management thinkers of the 20th century, the Drucker MBA program offers an intimate and interactive academic experience with world renowned professors and average class sizes of 25 students per class. Approximately 70% of our classroom instruction is either in discussion or case analysis format, and we foster team-building in classroom projects and presentations.

The Drucker MBA curriculum also immerses you in the real world of business with meaningful opportunities for practical application. In addition to gaining a solid foundation in marketing, finance, accounting, strategy, and leadership, you will have extensive opportunities to apply your analytical skills through a variety of channels, such as clinics, student projects, firm and company research, and the new Institute for the Practice of Management. The Drucker School's Practice of Management, the experiential-learning arm of the curriculum, will prepare you to become a future senior manager or executive through opportunities for invaluable real-world experience.
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Admissions Requirements
GMAT Score:Required
Essay / Personal Statement:Required
Undergraduate GPA:Required
Extracurricular Activities:Required
Letters of Recommendation:Required
Work Experience:Required
State Residency:Required
Other:Admissions decisions are also influenced by leadership potential as indicated by experience and/or references.
For Non-Native English Speakers:TOEFL Required:Yes
TOEFL Recommended:No
Minimum TOEFL Score
(Paper Based Test):
Minimum TOEFL Score
(Computer Based Test):
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Admissions Factors
GMAT Score:Very Important
Undergraduate GPA:Very Important
Letters of Recommendation:Important
Essay / Personal Statement:Very Important
Interviews:Very Important
Extracurricular Activities:Important
Work Experience:Very Important
Other Factors:Considered
Special programs offered to recruit underrepresented students or students with disadvantaged backgrounds:We offer special minority fellowship awards for underrepresented students.
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Admissions Requirements

  • Admissions Selectivity Rating:
  • Average Ugrad GPA:
  • Average GMAT Score:
  • GMAT Range (25-75%):
    580 - 660
  • Average Years of Work Experience:
  • Rolling Admission:
  • Application Deadline:
  • Application Fee: